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) ~ THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARI,IN(;TON, WASHINGTON, TItURSDA¥, I LC. 31, 1953 PAGE THREE Provisions For Lg Losses County farmers b sufferbd a net operating loss Year should Investigate pro- of the federal income tax that make allowances for losses, Arnold Z. Smith, Extension Agent, advises net loss on farm business Year--because of unprofit-, farm operations--can be to offset income in other Here's some pointers on provided by Arthur Extension Farm specialist at WSC: paid income taxes on you may be eligible a refund. This is done by the tax on the 1952 in- Lking into account your If this does not take of all your loss incurred in can carry any of the re- loss forward for five first step would be to a refund, using form 843, 1952 taxes paid on the s of your 1953 net operating Then if this does not take dl your loss, you may forward to offset in- [954, 1955, 1956, 1957, and order. You will deter- you had a net oper- on your farming opera- the final figure you ar- on Schedule 1040F, Page 1, and claiming bus- on farming operations exactly a simple process• idea to ask help from tax consultant or to ~ver with a representative Revenue Service. HORSE Mrs. M. Fleming, corresponding. and Mrs. Don Ashe an( and Bayard Tuck- night for Ala- after having spent two weeks visiting with Both boys are sta- xn California• home on furlough the had their infant orie Diane bap- Catholic Church in with Kathleen Robin- Lewis Ashe acting as those who went else- spend Christmas were Bruce Seton going to be with their their families, Mr. and Swilling and family Christmas day to with Mrs. Swiiling's Waller of that city, tnd Mrs. Twilligear and Sehmidt and boys to Mt. Vernon to spend with friends and rel. Christmas day was held Cuerald Ashe home on day when most of the f a m i 1 y gathered ~Lhe festive board• Present and Mrs. Robert Camp- Campbell, Mr. and Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. and family, and Eliz- all of Seattle, and Mrs. Walter Bates Jackie of Darrington. Mr. Joe Campbell remained Ashes until Sunday eve- those home for the hol- the Tucker home were Mrs. Harry Tucker and Bellingham Jim Tuck- Lttle, and Bayard, who on furlough• Forrister of Chehalis holidays with his par- and Mrs. Estes For- quire Creek. Also home ~as dinner was Jim Darrington. nd Mrs Barney Getscn- ' Squire" Creek have re. that their daughter and her Iamily have and are driving the Alcan highway• to make the trip in ays. dinner with were Mr. and Stevens of Darring- in the afternoon, Mr. • Bill Sterling and baby in for a visit. The Ster. returned from Ja- at the Getschman Sunday were Mr. and from Anacortes. SOme of the phones be- of the news will wait till next week. Science Jan, 12 Science, Magnifying will be the sub- free public lecture to noon, Jan. 12, at the Music Hall 7th and Olive Way, Se- is Earl E. Simms, ustin, Tex., member of of Lectureship of The ]arch, The First Church Scientist, in Boston is under the aus of Christ, Scien- Christian Science Socie- Arlington Times PHONE 493 No Refunds No Returns No Exchanges on any of the sale merchandise adver- tised~First come first servedmDoors Olden 9 a.m. 0 "Strutwear" First quality famous Strutwear hos- iery at these closeout prices--Stock up now and you'll save and save--- Sold on a first come first served basis. VALUES TO $1.65 Girls These coats must be moved at once • . . So they have been grouped at these two low prices. Every one 100% virgin wool and interlined! REG. 12.95 AND $15.95 3 to 6x 00 7-14 Men's Here's a great buy, men... Come now while the selection is large and pick out your new slacks at this rock-bot. tom price. No charge for cuff altera- tions. SOME WERE $12.95 $ "Buster Brown" Mothers, this is the value opportunity of the season to stock up on famous Buster Brown shoes for your children at record-breaking price reductions. VALUES TO $6.95 $ Dresses that must go so there will be room for our new spring frocks that are enroute--Buy several at these fa- mous Hammer's Sale prices! REG. $2.98 $2,00 REG. $5.95 $4,oo REG. $7.95 $6,00 Now is the time to buy that winter coat and look what you'll savel . ........ $17.00 REG. $39.95 .......... Now $27.00 REG. $49.95-$59.95..Now $3 7.00 Men's Jackets for work or play--Only a few of each style--A real mcmey saver for some lucky men--Sizes 36 to 46. Were $9,95 s7,oo WERE $13.95 .00 WERE S25.00 WOMEN'S Our entire stock of flan- nel and brushed rayon gowns marked down-- Sale prices start at s2,oo WOMEN'S Now is the time to stock up on slips at this clear- ance price. Reg. 2.95-3.95. s2,oo WOMEN'S Discontinued styles in "Teen Age" and "Barbara Brown" $7.95 casuals in low heels and wedges. $4,99 MEN'S DRESS America's most famous line of white and colored dress shirts-- Regularly $3.95, BOYS' Sanforized cotton flan. nel--Famous "Blue Bell" brand--Ages 4 to 12-- Reg. $1.95, ,33 MEN'S DRESS "Edgerton" and "Ped- win" discontinued nuns- hers w Sizes 6-11. Some were $14.95. $8,00 WOMEN'S Close out numbers in- cluding several 1 o n g sleeve styles--Sizes 32.40 --Some were $3.95. WOMEN'S Only a rfeW left --- Reg. $5.95 skirts being sacri. riced at this price be- cause we need room. ,00 PLAYTEX Nationally known play. rex girdle closeouts---All sizes of regular $5.95 girdles s4,oo MEN'S WORK Odd and ends in work shoes and boots---Moat sizes available -- Prices start at $5,00 BOYS' Extra , heavy whipcords that should sell for about $5.00--Ages 8-15. ,00 MEN'S WINTER All must go so we have reduced them to one low' low price! ,00 FAMOUS NAME WOMEN'S You'll recognize this brand at once-- Cardigans and pullovers -- Stock up your sweater wardrobe during Ham- mer's January Clearance! WAS $5.95 WAS $7.95 $6,00 WAS $10.95 WOMEN'S 100% VIRGIN WOOL Women's! This is your once-a-year chance to purchase these famous woolen jackets at greatly reduced prices| Included are plaids, checks, and solids in a galaxy of bright col. ors. REG. S14.95 REG. $17.95 s13,oo REG. $19.95 MEN'S 100% VIRGIN WOOL America's foremost line of fine woolens. Fair trade laws prevent our mention- ing the brand but you'll recognize it at a glance--Mostly size 16 to 171/2, Tremendous bargains. REG. $9.95 z7,oo REG. $I1.95 $8,00 BEG. $12.95 s9,oo Only a few left but each one is a great buy for some fortunate man-- 100% virgin wool--Most~ size~ still available---They won't last lbng at these reduced prices... So hurry! $29.95 VALUES S39.95 VALUES $49.95 VALUES GIRLS' Nationally known "Cin- derella" and "Nanette" frocks for girls ages 1 to 14 at this low price! VALUES TO $3.95 WOMEN'S White zipper boots --- Wool cuffs -- Fits all types of heels -- Should be S5.95. WOMEN'S NYLON Long wearing nylon ank. lets--most sizes and col. ors available--Reg. 59c. 3pr. Sl,°o MEN'S WHITE TEE Snowy white with nylon, no-stretch collars--Sizes S, M, L--Regularly 98c. MEN'S FLANNEL Sanforized cotton flannel --Sizes S, M and L--- Some were $3.50. 2,00 MEN'S Logger's special -- All wool--Black color --- Fa- mous "Bradford" Brand. I I III I II II III I II II IIII